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Absolute Beginner's Guide to WordPerfect® 12 by Laura Acklen

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Saving Documents

Electronic copies of documents have virtually replaced paper copies, so even if you don't expect to work with a document again, it's a good idea to save it on disk so that you have a record of it. Bear in mind that because fewer paper copies are kept, the electronic copies need more protection. It's very important that you back up your important files regularly.

Saving and Closing Documents

Until you save your document, it is stored in memory. Memory is a temporary storage location because when you turn off your computer, the memory space is cleared. If a storm comes up and the power is interrupted, or if your system locks up, you will lose everything that you haven't saved.

A nifty feature that was first introduced in WordPerfect ...

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